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It is likely your monitor's backlight has gone out. On LCD monitors like the one in your laptop, the Liquid Crystals can only be seen clearly when excited by light. This is not a user-servicable part and typically requires replacing the entire LCD monitor. I would recommend a new PC because of the high cost of replacing this part. Or, continue using an external monitor.
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
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Press and hold the "Fn," or function, key on your EEE PC-1000's keyboard.
Press "F3" while holding "Fn" to lower the brightness on your monitor.
The brightness on your computer decreases each time "F3" is pressed.
Press "F4" while holding "Fn" to increase the brightness on your monitor.
Each time "F4" is pressed, the brightness increases.
Press "F8" while holding "Fn" to decrease the volume from your EEE PC's speakers.
Each time "F8" is pressed, the volume decreases.
Press "F9" while holding "Fn" to increase the volume from your EEE PC's speakers.
Each time "F9" is pressed, the volume increases.
Press the "Ins" key while holding "Fn" to take a screen shot, or make a copy of what is currently on the computer screen.
hope this helps
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